The 1600 elite technical team will create a plan for your organisation to prepare, identify, contain, eradicate and recover from cyber attacks. We will test your organisation’s cyber readiness and create and implement a cyber strategy that will be fully aligned with your non-profit’s strategy strengthening your positioning and public & stakeholder trust.
Cyber Awareness Training
Almost 90% of cyber attacks are caused by human error or behavior. This can be prevented by providing the right training to your employees and volunteers. 1600 technical experts study your non-profit’s threats and vulnerabilities and deliver a tailored training to reinforce your first line of defence with specific tips, behaviours and processes. We pay special attention to ransomware prevention and preparedness.
We investigate what current threats pose the greatest risk to your organisation and provide tips on how to protect against them. 1600 produces weekly and monthly reports to make sure your team is constantly up to date and can react quickly to implement the changes we suggest.
Data Protection & Privacy Programs
We understand the importance of your stakeholders’ privacy, not just for compliance, but because it's a human right. We will review/create data protection policies and create a privacy program across your organization to strengthen trust and reputation.
Governance, Risk and Compliance
Through Government, risk and compliance (GRC) support we assess your non-profit’s structure in terms of its compliance with cyber and privacy-related regulations, policies & processes, and we align them with your organizational strategy and objectives. In doing so, we construct a strategy and structure to ensure the non-profit is operating within the compliance requirements while efficiently mitigating risks. This is key to prevent cyber attacks and therefore protect and properly safeguard your stakeholders’ information.
Passwords ensure only authorised individuals have access to certain information, being part of the first line of defense. Weak passwords can be exploited by hackers so, in order to better protect your non profit, a password manager that creates, remembers and fills passwords in, is a great solution to increase protection.